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From: Moonray11/19/2019 11:35:04 AM
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AAPL at a 52-wk and All-Time High today at $268.00 (so far).

Apple's iPhone 11 'massive' success - Wedbush
By: Brandy Betz, SA News Editor, Nov. 19, 2019

Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives says the firm is seeing a
"very strong" demand trajectory for Apple's ( AAPL -0.1%)
iPhone 11 despite trade concerns.

The device has seen "massive" success in China, the
U.S., and Europe.

CEO Tim Cook will head to Texas tomorrow with President
Trump to visit Mac Pro production facilities. Ives calls this
a "key strategic visit" due to Cook's "careful balancing act"
navigating the US-China trade tensions.

The analyst says the proposed additional 10% tariff coming
on December 15 could ultimately result in a 4% hit to Apple's
EPS, but Ives thinks this is unlikely.

Ives reiterates his estimate of 190M+ iPhone sales for FY20.

Wedbush maintains an Outperform rating and Street-high
$325 target. Apple has a Bullish average Sell Side rating.

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From: Moonray11/19/2019 11:45:16 AM
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Apple's iPhone unit trends remain 'solid'

Credit Suisse analyst Matthew Cabral tells investors in a research
note that nearly two months into the iPhone 11 cycle, data points
continue to suggest a meaningful improvement in units y/y.

Government data suggests iPhone units are up 6% y/y in China
over September and October combined, with Cabal adding that
his firm's tracking data suggesting the iPhone has yet to hit full
supply/demand balance eight weeks post-launch.

While Cabral says he is "on board" with the idea that the shift
toward Services deserves a higher multiple over time, he
"struggles" with continued P/E expansion seemingly led by
firming iPhone data points rather than Services-driven upside.

The analyst keeps a Neutral rating and $221 price target
on Apple shares.



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From: Moonray11/19/2019 4:08:56 PM
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Senators want Zuckerberg to explain why Facebook
still tracks your location even when you ask it not to

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From: Moonray11/19/2019 4:10:00 PM
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Android Security Flaw Let Apps Access People's
Cameras for Secret Video and Audio Recordings

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From: Moonray11/19/2019 4:16:28 PM
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Some Galaxy A50 users are reporting that fingerprint ...

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From: Moonray11/19/2019 4:19:20 PM
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Uber Self-Driving Car Unit’s Safety Culture Slammed by NTSB

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From: Moonray11/19/2019 4:20:32 PM
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UPDATE 1-Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple
offer defense in congressional antitrust probe

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From: Moonray11/19/2019 4:35:50 PM
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Google Shakes Up Its 'TGIF'—and Ends Its Culture of ...

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From: Moonray11/19/2019 4:45:19 PM
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Every single one of Apple’s official iPhone 11, 11 Pro,
and 11 Pro Max cases is discounted on Amazon

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From: Moonray11/19/2019 7:55:28 PM
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Apple CEO Tim Cook explains the 'revelation' he had
late in life that led him to realize his 'highest value'
(AAPL, CRM)

Apple CEO Tim Cook says there's a 'false tradeoff'
between technological progress and forcing people
to give up their personal data (AAPL)

Salesforce co-CEO Marc Benioff says he doesn't
use a computer anymore and has been running his
business from his iPhone for years (AAPL, CRM)

Apple CEO Tim Cook says privacy isn't a feature
that should be built into products after the fact (AAPL)

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